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 | ''​steplength'' ​       | //​string// ​         | defines the length of the time step used in calculations. It consists of an integer followed directly by d, h or min. For example a daily time step is defined as //1d//, while a time step of six hours is defined as //6h//. The code has so far been tested with step lengths //1h//, //6h// and //1d//. Default is 1d.\\ Time steps of a simulation with shorter time step than a day use hour and minute to denote their time. The hour is between 00 and 23. The date-time is the beginning of the time step. For example with 12h time step is the 2 times during a 1 January denoted 2010-01-01 00:00 and 2010-01-01 12:​00. ​ | | ''​steplength'' ​       | //​string// ​         | defines the length of the time step used in calculations. It consists of an integer followed directly by d, h or min. For example a daily time step is defined as //1d//, while a time step of six hours is defined as //6h//. The code has so far been tested with step lengths //1h//, //6h// and //1d//. Default is 1d.\\ Time steps of a simulation with shorter time step than a day use hour and minute to denote their time. The hour is between 00 and 23. The date-time is the beginning of the time step. For example with 12h time step is the 2 times during a 1 January denoted 2010-01-01 00:00 and 2010-01-01 12:​00. ​ |
 | ''​instate'' ​          | //​Y/​N// ​            | defines whether a starting state is to be read. //Y// for yes, //N// for no. Default is //N//. For yes, the file with a previously saved model state must exist (state_saveyyyymmdd[HHMM].txt) date in file name must be the same as ''​bdate''​. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     | | ''​instate'' ​          | //​Y/​N// ​            | defines whether a starting state is to be read. //Y// for yes, //N// for no. Default is //N//. For yes, the file with a previously saved model state must exist (state_saveyyyymmdd[HHMM].txt) date in file name must be the same as ''​bdate''​. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     |
-| ''​outstatedate'' ​     | //​date-time// ​      | defines that a starting state will be output for the given date. The date should be in the format yyyy-mm-dd [HH:MM]. The starting state is saved in the file state_saveyyyymmdd[HHMM].txt. The default is that no output state is written. Maximum ​10 starting states (10 datesmay be written. The dates may be written on same or different rows. In the latter case with this code on every row.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                |+| ''​outstatedate'' ​     | //​date-time// ​      | defines that a starting state will be output for the given date. The date should be in the format yyyy-mm-dd [HH:MM]. The default is that no output state is written. Maximum 10 dates may be given. The dates may be written on same or different rows. In the latter case, the code first on every row. The starting state is saved in file state_saveyyyymmdd[HHMM].txt. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                              | 
 +| ''​outstatedate all'' ​     |       | defines that a starting state will be output for every timestep of the model simulation. Default is that no output state is written. The starting states are saved in files state_saveyyyymmdd[HHMM].txt. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                            | 
 +| ''​outstatedate period'' ​    | //​date-time//​ //​date-time// ​     | defines that starting state will be output for all time steps within the period between the given dates. The dates should be in the format yyyy-mm-dd [HH:MM]. Default is that no output state is written. The starting states are saved in files state_saveyyyymmdd[HHMM].txt. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                              |
 | ''​substance'' ​        | //​string// ​         | gives the substances to be simulated. One or several of: //N P C S T1 T2//. N - nitrogen, P - phosphorus, C - organic carbon, S - total suspended sediment, T1 - tracer, and T2 - water temperature. Substances may be defined on one or several rows (with the code preceding the substance on each row) with one or several substances per row (separated by space). The default is to simulate no substances, only water. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                        | | ''​substance'' ​        | //​string// ​         | gives the substances to be simulated. One or several of: //N P C S T1 T2//. N - nitrogen, P - phosphorus, C - organic carbon, S - total suspended sediment, T1 - tracer, and T2 - water temperature. Substances may be defined on one or several rows (with the code preceding the substance on each row) with one or several substances per row (separated by space). The default is to simulate no substances, only water. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                        |
 | ''​calibration'' ​      | //​Y/​N// ​            | defines whether or not automatic calibration is to be done. //Y// for calibration. Default is //N//. Calibration method and parameters are defined in file [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]. Note that reading of initial state does not work with automatic calibration of parameters rivvel and damp, or with the ''​soilstretch''​ functionality. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               | | ''​calibration'' ​      | //​Y/​N// ​            | defines whether or not automatic calibration is to be done. //Y// for calibration. Default is //N//. Calibration method and parameters are defined in file [[start:​hype_file_reference:​optpar.txt|optpar.txt]]. Note that reading of initial state does not work with automatic calibration of parameters rivvel and damp, or with the ''​soilstretch''​ functionality. ​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               |
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